The so-called obnoxious stripes of Ellen DeGeneres are clearly ingrained.
The Daily Mail reported on Thursday that Ben Gravolet, a Louisiana man, claimed that DeGeneres’ cruel behavior can be traced back to her mother’s New Orleans recruitment agency in the late 1970s. when working.
“She would criticize my weight.” Gravolet, a 52-year-old three-year-old father and vice president of marketing in New Orleans, told the British tabloid. “I will try to do my homework in the office. She will call me stupid and make me fat. She will criticize my clothes.”
“I’m afraid to go [my mom’s] After school or one day I was sick and Ellen was there, I went to the office to see her. “He says.
“I think of an incident,”
“When I watch her fame rise, people will say how great she is, the only thing I can think of is that she must be an incredible actor, because she is the most despicable person I have ever seen in my life. One. Who is happy to cause pain to children?”
The Post also talked to Gravelet’s mother, Tana Robinson, who described DeGeneres, 62, as “extremely impolite”, although she said she hadn’t Know how comedians treat their sons.
“I think I may have fired her,” Robinson, 72, who owns Snelling Personnel, told the newspaper. “If I knew this was happening, I would beat her and fire her. A terrible man did this to an 11-year-old boy.”
DeGeneres was born in Metairie, a suburb of New Orleans, and moved back to New Orleans after graduating from high school in Atlanta, Texas. She did various odd jobs early in her career, although we can’t find a record of the time she discussed her in Snelling.
The collapse of DeGeneres’s daytime comfort empire began in March, from a Twitter thread by comedian Kevin T. Porter, which collected industry stories about the so-called toxic environment behind the DeGeneres show. In July, dozens of former staff claimed that the senior management of the show had committed sexual misconduct, harassment and assault. DeGeneres issued a tearful apology, although this did not prevent the score of its performance from free fall during this period.
DeGeneres representatives declined to comment.